What do eye glasses, stoves, and cows have to do with our future? They’re all a part of the rise of “personal technology” that is currently disrupting the way many people live their lives. For the most part, it’s not a bad disruption (unless you’re in an industry that relies on old technology). It’s just a change that is being enhanced by the exponential increase in scientific and technological knowledge being applied to the gadgets we own and the emerging gadgets of tomorrow.
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Every good set of statistics should come with a compelling asterisk as a footnote to the data.
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The air we breath. It’s often taken for granted despite decades of messages getting hammered into our heads by activists, lawmakers, and former Vice Presidents. While things are definitely getting better with more people, technologies, and laws focused on improving air quality, there is still a long way to go for many cities in the US.